Pinewood good enough for the silver screen after starring against Six Bells

Pinewood score their second goal against Six Bells. Picture: BRIAN HUBBALL

Pinewood score their second goal against Six Bells. Picture: BRIAN HUBBALL - Credit: Archant

The big result of the week in the Herts Ad Sunday League came in Division One where Pinewood recorded a cracking 4-1 win over Six Bells.

Harry Seeby of Six Bells has a shot for goal. Picture: BRIAN HUBBALL

Harry Seeby of Six Bells has a shot for goal. Picture: BRIAN HUBBALL - Credit: Archant

They always looked more dangerous than their third-place opponents and goals from Aaron O’Conor (two), Simon Cook and Dan Stockman brought them the win. Six Bell’s only goal came from Alfred Seeby.

Brookmans Park kept their title ambitions alive with a 6-3 win against Snug Bar. Adam Davies led the way with two while Chris Powell, James Smith, Mike Newell and Scott de la Fuente all got singles. Snug Bar’s goals came from Alex Songaila (two) and Ryan Hearne.

Their nearest challengers Beehive scraped to a 2-1 win over Hilltop Res. Elliott Smith’s double got them the win with Tom Dickens getting their goal.

Blacksmiths got their first win since November with a 3-1 success over Plough and Harrow in the Premier Division. Colin Arnsby had put Plough ahead but an Aidan Golds hat-trick ensured the three points for the Smiths.

In Division Two Harpenden Colts OB beat Herts Lions 3-1 with a double from Bill Hutton. Kanyin Fagade got the other while Omar Bounyafe was the Lions’ scorer.

TNF also won 3-1, beating Royston Rangers thanks to two from Jonny Tanton and one for Ross Southgate.

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Hatfield Mosquito enjoyed a 5-1 win over Brookmans Park Res in Division Three. Mitchell Harrison bagged four while Billy Welch also scored. Ronan Nevin was on target for Park.

Marshalswick Rovers won 3-1 over Royston Rangers Res with Ian Taylor and Ax and Jack Messam scoring. Oli Fox replied for Rangers.

The high-scoring game of the day saw Welwyn Warriors Res win 5-4 against Phoenix A. Jay Reed, Scott Taylor, Josh Jordan (two) and Chris Draddy scored for the Warriors while James Bird (two), Gustav Grant and Kyle Ross were on target for Phoenix.

Hanburys picked up a 3-0 win over The Gate thanks to a James Watt’s double and Mickey Sinnott.

Premier Division Blackberry Jacks squeezed through in the Herts Ad Knockout Cup against Division Two Blacksmiths Res thanks to a solitary and unfortunate own goal.

Goals from James Todd and Spencer Clarke-Mardel sent AFC London Road into the semi-final at the expense of Hilltop.

Oaks progressed to the third round of the Herts Ad Challenge Cup with a 2-0 win against BWSC, Louis Marsh and John Woodward the scorers.

Cup holders Skew Bridge are also through with a fine 3-1 win against AFC Rangers, courtesy of Connor Arnold, Stuart Brown and an own goal.

In the Herts Ad Intermediate Cup Harpenden Colts OB Res won 3-1 against Blacksmiths A with Ollie Lacey getting a brace and Liam Broster one.

Forza Watford won 5-4 on penalties against Hatfield Seniors in the Herts Ad Junior Cup after a 2-2 draw. Stand-in keeper Greg Bishop was the hero with the penalty save, having gone in goal when the keeper was sent off.

Seniors’ goals came from Aaron Puleston and Daniel Davis while Leandro Oliveira Cesar got both for Forza.